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    Find a lesson plan online, state the subject and intended grade level for this lesson plan. Include where you obtained this lesson.
    Discuss which philosophy of education and this lesson is based on.
    Explain the educational theory the teacher's lesson most closely mirrors.
    Identify the strengths of the lesson and any changes you would have made to ensure student learning

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    As an avid reader, I love literacy lessons. This one comes from a grade 3-5 English or Language Arts lesson plan to teach figurative language from:
    http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/figurative-language-awards-ceremony-115.html?tab=4#tabs

    Discuss which philosophy of education and this lesson is based on:
    Because kids are given choices in this ...

    Solution Summary

    A grade 3-5 English or Language Arts lesson plan to teach figurative language is assessed briefly.

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